Nestled in Homewood, Meat and Three Cafeteria keeps American culinary traditions alive with home-cooked comfort food for customers either dining in or just passing through. Just as a dining-room table hosts different portions for all tastes, the menu features an array of country-style meats and vegetarian-friendly sides from which patrons can customize their own platters. Dishes such as beef tips, chicken and dumplings, and fried catfish join steaming servings of sautéed squash, fried okra, or yams, and desserts such as fresh pecan pie keep sweet teeth from storming out of their gums in envy.
Since 2000, Landscape Depot has transformed the landscape of Greater Boston backyard by backyard, supplying everything from fertile mulch and soil to stone pathways and fountains. Technicians help install walls, veneers, and stairs from both natural and engineered stone, and trucks haul yards of mulch straight to homes. The staff also holds regular do-it-yourself seminars, reviewing various projects so homeowners don't have to rely on the shoddy advice of garden gnomes.
Signature service: Quarterly Residential Services
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Brands Used: Isopthor, XCluder, Eco-Exempt, Z.P.,Temprid SC, First Strike
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Since 2005, the licensed and insured professionals from Asphalt Engineering have kept driving surfaces sealed and safe. They help driveway and parking-lot owners to protect properties against the effects of oxidation with sealcoating and crack-sealing services, as well as full pavement-installation jobs. Prior to any asphalt-maintenance project, the team analyzes and assesses the driveway's current state to determine a course of action that will yield long-lasting results and prevent hopscotchers from breaking momma's back again. Asphalt Engineering complies with Department of Transportation and OSHA rules and regulations on every project.
Regardless of the season, the experts at J. Mosca Landscaping & Design have plenty of outdoor tasks to keep them busy. As the spring sun starts to shine, landscapers clean up damage from winter storms and yeti mosh pits before seeding lawns and setting up irrigation systems. They also stop by during the dog days of summer to trim the grass and mulch flowerbeds. Once the weather turns cold, the techs shift gears, trading hoes for shovels in order to clear walkways of drifted snow. In addition to seasonal tasks, the experts also know their way around construction; aided by their own fleet of earth-moving M-Series Bobcats, their sure-handed masons can craft walkways, patios, retaining walls, and fireplaces no matter the time of year.